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Philosophy educator

Laurie Anne Whitt, American philosophy educator. Member American Philosophical Association (chair committee on the status of America Indians in philosophy), Law and Society Association, Radical Philosophy Association, American Indian Philosophical Association, Society for Women in Philosophy, National Lawyers' Guild, League of Canada Poets (associate).

Background

Whitt, Laurie Anne was born on August 3, 1952 in San Diego, California, United States.

Education

Bachelor, College of William and Mary, 1975. Master of Arts, Queen's University, London, Ontario, 1976. Doctor of Philosophy, University We.

Ontario, 1985.

Career

Instructor philosophy University We Ontario, London, 1981—1983. Visiting lecturer philosophy University Illinois, Urbana, 1983—1984. Assistant professor philosophy Southern Methodist University, Dallas, 1984—1986, Michigan Technological University, Houghton, 1986—1992, associate professor philosophy, 1992—2003.

Professor philosophy Utah Valley State College, Orem, since 2004.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: (poetry books) A Long Dream of Difference, 2001, Words for Relocation, 2001 (1st place Norma O. Harrison Poetry Chapbook award, 2000), Interstices, 2006 (Holland prize). Writer-in-residence Prairie Center of the Arts, 2007.

Membership

Member American Philosophical Association (chair committee on the status of America Indians in philosophy), Law and Society Association, Radical Philosophy Association, American Indian Philosophical Association, Society for Women in Philosophy, National Lawyers' Guild, League of Canada Poets (associate).

Connections

Married Alan William Clarke, October 21, 1995.

spouse:
Alan William Clarke